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ESPN Accidentally Lists Barry Bonds as NBA Home Run King

Ken ChinSocial Media StaffNovember 25, 2016

Former MLB slugger Barry Bonds has returned to the San Francisco Giants as a hitting instructor during spring training, so naturally the MLB home run king has attracted a lot of media attention. 

In its coverage of his return, ESPN made the mistake of appointing Bonds the all-time HR leader in NBA history: 


How does one hit a homer in the NBA? Does it count for two or three points? 

Perhaps Bonds will have a better chance at getting into the Basketball Hall of Fame. 

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